UPPER CARDOZO-COLUMBIA HGTS.

Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC) 1A will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday. Call the ANC office at 232-1075 for meeting location and agenda information.

LE DROIT PARK-UNIVERSITY HGTS.

ANC 1B will meet at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Frank D. Reeves Municipal Center, 14th and U streets NW. The commissioners will consider a Board of Zoning Adjustment application from Metropolitan Skyline Real Estate Inc. to convert a duplex apartment building at 1347 T St. NW into a four-unit apartment building.

The ANC will discuss two bills being considered by the D.C. City Council that deal with ethical standards within the city government: the Municipal Integrity Act of 1987, and the D.C. Anti-Corruption and Fraud Act of 1987.

There also will be a report on the ANC executive workshop sponsored by the D.C. government held Saturday.

SHERIDAN-KALORAMA

ANC 1D will not meet at its regularly scheduled time during July and August. To contact the ANC, call 332-2394.

MOUNT PLEASANT

The executive committee of ANC 1E will hold an open meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the ANC office, Suite 2, 3219 Mount Pleasant St. NW. The ANC will not hold regular meetings during July and August. To contact the ANC, call the office at 462-3595.

DUPONT CIRCLE

ANC 2B will meet at 8 p.m. Wednesday at St. Thomas Church, 1772 Church St. NW.

At the June 24 meeting of ANC 2B, commissioners voted to support to Board of Zoning Adjustment applications by Cornell University to use the first floor of an apartment building at 2148 O St. NW as classrooms, and by the 2225 M Street Limited Partnership to use a vacant lot at the rear of 1320 22nd St. NW as a parking lot for nearby residences.

The commissioners voted to oppose a BZA application by the National Paint and Coating Association to use a vacant lot at 1520 O St. NW as a parking lot. The commissioners said a parking lot would conflict with the residential character of the area.

The commissioners voted to support liquor license applications to the D.C. Alcoholic Beverage Control Board for four restaurants: Le Tomate, 1703-1707 Connecticut Ave. NW; City Lights of China, 1731 Connecticut Ave. NW; Epi D'or, 1220 19th St. NW, and Stoupsy of Athens Carry-Out, 1825 I St. NW.

The commissioners voted to oppose a liquor license application for The House of Rothschild restaurant, 1030 15th St. NW, because a representative of the restaurant did not attend the meeting to describe plans for the eatery.

NEAR SOUTHWEST-SOUTHEAST

ANC 2D will meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday at the ANC office in Westminster United Presbyterian Church, 400 I St. SW. There will be a discussion of a proposal by KG Associates to close the alleys located in the square bounded by L, M, South Capitol and Half streets SE.

GLOVER PARK-BURLEITH- FOXHALL VILLAGE

ANC 3B will not meet at its regularly scheduled time July 8. Instead, the meeting will be held at 7:30 p.m. July 14 at the Duke Ellington School of the Arts, 35th and K streets NW. There will be a discussion of citizen complaints about excessive noise from night events held at the Ellington School and complaints that too many fund-raising events are being held at the school. Wanda Washburn, the D.C. School Board member for Ward 3, and City Councilman Jim Nathanson (D-Ward 3) are scheduled to attend the meeting and answer questions.

CHEVY CHASE

On June 10 the D.C. Board of Zoning Adjustment unanimously voted to grant an emergency motion filed jointly by ANC 3G and Chevy Chase residents to temporarily halt the issuance of building permits to Frank and Margaret Murray, who want to build at house on a lot located between 3501 and 3503 Livingston St. NW.

The BZA will hold a public hearing on the case at 9 a.m. July 30 in room 9 of the District Building, 1350 Pennsylvania Ave. NW. Neighbors have argued that the lot is too small for a house. Joseph Bottner, the city's acting zoning administrator, recently ruled the lot buildable. The BZA will make a final ruling on the case after the hearing.

At the June 8 meeting of ANC 3G, commissioners voted unanimously to support two BZA requests: to extend the lobby to provide additional eating space at the Army Distaff Hall, 6200 Oregon Ave. NW; and an application by Jeffrey and Marianne Chulay to build a one-story rear addition to a house at 3807 Ingomar St. NW to within 20 feet of the rear property line rather than 25 feet as required.

PETWORTH

ANC 4C will meet at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the ANC office, 4020 Eighth St. NW. Jim Chamlik of the National Council of Senior Citizens and Bill Carter of the D.C. Department of Housing and Community Development will discuss the proposed sale of a vacant lot owned by the D.C. Redevelopment Land Agency to the National Council of Senior Citizens to build an apartment building for senior citizens. The lot is located at Upshur and 13th streets NW. A public hearing on the proposed land sale will be held July 20 at 3 p.m. in the board room of the D.C. Department of Housing and Community Development, at 1133 North Capitol St. NE.

The ANC also will discuss a Board of Zoning Adjustment application to continue the use of a group home in a house at 1221 Gallatin St. NW.

At the June 3 meeting of ANC 4C, commissioners voted unanimously to support the proposed improvement of the tennis facilities in Rock Creek Park by the Washington Area Tennis Patron Foundation.

ANC 4C will not meet in August. To contact the ANC, call the office at 723-6670.

IVY CITY-ARBORETUM-TRINIDAD

ANC 5B will meet at 7:30 tonight at the Washington Center for Aging Services, 2601 18th St. NE. A representative of a nonprofit group that supports independent living for physically and mentally handicapped persons will discuss local and federal programs available for the handicapped.

A representative of the C & P Telephone Co. will discuss consumer services offered by the phone company.

CAPITOL HILL-NORTHEAST

ANC 6A will meet not meet during July and August. To contact the ANC, call the office at 544-3637.

CAPITOL HILL-SOUTHEAST

At the June 23 meeting of ANC 6B, commissioners voted to oppose a Board of Zoning Adjustment application by David Barnes to convert a carriage house into a single-family house at the rear of 303 12th St. SE.

Also at the meeting, D.C. City Councilwoman Betty Ann Kane (D-At Large), chairwoman of the council's government operations committee, which oversees ANC matters, discussed the duties of ANC commissioners.

There was a community forum at the meeting on the proposed Emergency Shelter Services for Families Reform Act of 1987, which is being considered by the council. The bill, introduced by Councilman H.R. Crawford (D-Ward 7), proposes to limit the amount of time the District may provide shelter to homeless families to 180 days. The bill would also require families receiving such shelter to pay some portion of the cost if they receive public assistance and require families living in city-run homeless shelters to accept whatever housing is made available to them.

ANACOSTIA-FAIRLAWN

ANC 6C will meet at 7 p.m. Monday in the community room of the Professional Building, 2041 Martin Luther King Jr. Ave. SE.

NAYLOR-DUPONT

ANC 7B will meet at 7:30 p.m. July 9 at Ryland Epworth United Methodist Church, Branch Avenue and S Street SE.

DEANWOOD-BURRVILLE

ANC 7C will meet at 7:30 p.m. July 9 at the ANC office, Suite 2, 4651 Nannie Helen Burroughs Ave. NE. At the June 24 meeting of ANC 7C, Jackson Brown, the Ward 7 manager for the D.C. Department of Recreation, announced several upcoming recreation events in the Ward 7 area, including: Four coed baseball teams for youths age 19 and younger will be organized in July.A camp for parents of children with asthma will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. July 13 at Kenilworth-Parkside Community Center, 4300 Anacostia Ave. NE.An adult softball tournament will be held July 25 at Woodson Junior High School, 4101 Minnesota Ave. NE.A family trip to Kings Dominion will be sponsored July 22, with a bus scheduled to leave from the Ward 7 area. The cost is $22, which includes admission to the park and bus fare.

For more information on the events, call the Department of Recreation at 767-7470.

Also at the meeting, Joyce Thoms, representing the D.C. Department of Public Works, gave an overview of that department and answered citizens' questions. Ann Jackson, representing City Councilman H.R. Crawford's (D-Ward 7) office, attended.

Lloyd Smith, executive director of the Marshall Heights Community Development Organization, discussed that organization's efforts to purchase vacant houses in Ward 7 to renovate and sell to low-income families who qualify for loans from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

James Wilson, the recently appointed head of the Sixth District police, gave a talk on how he plans to improve police protection in Ward 7. He also encouraged people not to leave keys in automobiles, noting that, "26 percent of all autos stolen in the {Sixth} District last year were cars with keys in them."

MARSHALL HGTS.-CAPITOL VIEW

At a June 24 meeting of ANC 7C, it was announced that ANC 7E Commissioner John C. Lormans had been missing for a month. James Wilson, head of the Sixth District police, told those at the meeting, "I just want everyone to know we are working as hard as we can to find out where Mr. Lormans is . . . I'm sad to say we don't have a trace on him at this time."

Lormans, 77, a commissioner for the past 10 years, was reported missing May 27 when he was scheduled to travel by train from Union Station to visit his 83-year-old sister in Harlem, N.Y. A $1,300 reward raised by community groups is being offered for information on Lormans' disappearance. Anyone with information should contact the police at 727-4520 or 576-6771.

GARFIELD-DOUGLASS HEIGHTS

The executive committee of ANC 8B will hold an open meeting at 6 p.m. Wednesday at the ANC office, Suite 1, 2629 Jasper St. SE. BELLVIEW-CONGRESS HEIGHTS-

WASHINGTON HIGHLAND

ANC 8E will meet at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the ANC office, Washington Highland Elementary School, Eighth and Yuma streets SE.